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Created by psychojoe A week ago, 6 Jan 2020
psychojoe
WA, 594 posts
6 Jan 2020 3:45PM
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How worn out do I let my pads get before I replace them?

lotofwind
NSW, 5442 posts
6 Jan 2020 7:50PM
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You must have some pretty looking chickens. Or,
I guess its never too early to start building your Mardi float.

Sandfoot
VIC, 411 posts
6 Jan 2020 7:55PM
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Rip the red **** off and wax the pad, like the other girls

SaveTheWhales
WA, 1722 posts
6 Jan 2020 5:00PM
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I think you must have the strongest knees in Straya
Time to buy yourself that Christmas present

psychojoe
WA, 594 posts
6 Jan 2020 7:13PM
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Sandfoot said..
Rip the red **** off and wax the pad, like the other girls


Do you put a surfboard wax on it, or was that just satire

psychojoe
WA, 594 posts
6 Jan 2020 7:14PM
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SaveTheWhales said..
I think you must have the strongest knees in Straya
Time to buy yourself that Christmas present


I just love these Naish apex pads, but at $250 for a pair, I'm just not quite ready to replace them

Plummet
4652 posts
7 Jan 2020 7:20AM
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When they start hurting your feet.

psychojoe
WA, 594 posts
7 Jan 2020 12:30PM
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Plummet said..
When they start hurting your feet.


No way. I've already worn the skin of my feet through in a couple of places. I would have had to throw them out a season or two ago.

cauncy
WA, 7674 posts
7 Jan 2020 1:56PM
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Looking at that you need a new boyfriend
Quick

psychojoe
WA, 594 posts
8 Jan 2020 4:56PM
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I should have been asking about my lines, not my pads, broke a front line today, which made the self rescue a bit of a job. A big thankyou to the woman who kited over to check on me.



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